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Farmington Daily Times (Newspaper) - July 11, 2015, Farmington, New Mexico I today a web Bonus a see video of stink bugs at Farmington Lake. Duy-tim., com Federer makes it to finals for 10th time sports a by Washington fed on track to raise interest rates news As the daily times of Farmington social Media bet the latest updates from twitter and Facebook with our social Media App. Oat to macs com the1/ Quot i i Miv to it it. J my Mexico partly Cloudy High 83 Low 57 a As saturday july la 2015 75cfnts new Mexico daily times co recognizing i t nut participants walk with flags along Highway 371 near Farmington on Friday during the honouring out women veterans walk. The five Day walk is aimed at raising awareness about the work of female veterans by Noel Lyn Smith fun Smitht on twitter Farmington a Emma stately steadily held a Large . Flag As she walked along the northbound Lane of . Highway 371 during the a a honouring our women veterans walk on Friday. Etsitty a . Army Veteran who served from 1979 to 1982, said she started the walk on tuesday in Thoreau because she wanted to Honor her Sisters in arms. A was women veterans we re not recognized. Most of the times on veterans Day its about the males. We re kind of left behind Quot she said. Etsitty who is the vice commander for the Mariano Lake veterans committee explained that women Are continuing to expand their roles in the military and Are shattering the misconception that they Only serve As clerical workers or nurses. As she looked at the people gathered on Friday she said a i like if the walk Bega n on tuesday in Thoreau with stops in the Crownpoint Whit Rock and his Tsoh Skaad chapters. It ends today in upper Fruitland. On Friday about 30 participants walked along the northbound Lane of . Highway 371 near Navajo agricultural products Industry. The group was scheduled to end that segment of the walk at the Northern Edge Navajo Casino. From time to time vehicles stopped to drop off individuals to join the Jour vets Page 3 participants walk Down Highway 371 near Farmington on Friday during the a honouring our women veterans walk a was women veterans we re not recognized. Most of the times on veterans Day ifs about the males. We re kind of left a Emma entity online Check out a video and a photo gallery from the Honor walk at a Gannett company crime female vets time Man get served sentence Thaddeus Carter 43 gets probation on Misdemeanour offence after shooting Case Falls by Steve Garrison ttgarriaon0daily-timet.com on twitter Carter Aztec a the 43-year-old Farmington Man initially charged in the nonfatal shooting in november of a Man on Glade Lane was sentenced Friday to time served in prison. Thaddeus Carter was arraigned in District court on Jan. 21 on charges of aggravated Battery with a deadly weapon and false imprisonment among other felony offences in the shooting of Matthew Harrison outside an apartment Complex at 1010 Glade Lane in Farmington on nov. 25, 2014. Carter pleaded guilty to a single count of Battery against a household member a Misdemeanour offence pm june 8 and was sentenced Friday to time served and two years probation. Carters defense attorney Mark cum Utt said at the sentencing hearing that Carter could also potentially serve an additional to months in prison for a parole violation stemming from a prior drug trafficking conviction. Chief Deputy District attorney Brent Capshaw said the state agreed to allow Carter to plead to the lesser offence because of conflicting accounts of what happened on the Day of the shooting. A there were credibility issues with Harrison a initial Story Quot Capshaw said. According to the arrest warrant affidavit Farmington police detectives were dispatched at approximately 1 30 . Nov. 25 to apartment 16 on 1010 Glade Lane in Farmington after receiving reports of a shooting. Leslie King a resident of the apartment told detectives that his Roommate Carter had been fighting with his Girlfriend outside the apartment earlier in the evening. King said Harrison arrived at the scene with Man a Page 3 South Carolin Confederate Flag taken Down Al statehouse after 54 years 10,000 Hgt ple watched the 6minute ceremony that was without incident by Jeffrey Collins and Meg Kennard the associated erns Columbia a car Olina pulled the Confederate Flag from its place of Honor at the statehouse on Friday marking a Milestone in How America commemorates the War that Tore the United states apart 150 years ago. Many people believed the rebel Banner would Fly forever in the first state to leave the Union despite bitter feelings that remained after the Flag was demoted from atop the Capitol dome to a Confederate Monument out front 15 years ago. But the killings of nine Black Church members during a Bible study in Charleston last month suddenly changed the political truths and consequences surrounding civil War symbols. The Battle Flag unfurled to assert White Power and protest the civil rights protest in the 1960s had been defended by White Republican leaders until last month As a Symbol of Southern Pride. After the Church attack even supporters Felt compelled to acknowledge that the Flag also represents racial hatred. A no lie can live forever. That Flag is a lie a South Carolina a act president Lonnie Randolph said. The Flag came Down Friday without incident in a 6-minute ceremony amid a crowd of up to to Akk people chanting a Susa Usa Quot and a they hey hey a Multi racial Honor guard of South Carolina troopers wearing dress Gray uniforms and White glom carefully folded and rolled it up. The Flag was then taken to the states Confederate relic room to be put in a new multimillion Dollar display. Later Friday the 30-foot pole it flew on was yanked out after several mighty tugs from a Crane. Overseeing it All was an imposing statue of Benjamin Tillman the South Carolina governor who went to Washington As a . Senator and proudly described How he undermined Post civil War reconstruction by killing Black people who tried to Flao a Page 3 an Honor guard member from the South Carolina Highway patrol hands the Confederate Battle Flag that flew in front of the statehouse to the curator of the Confederate relic room and military museum after it was taken Down Friday in Columbia . Greece Tsipras rallies support for Deal the greek prime minister was trying Friday to win approval for Tough austerity measures As part of a bailout Page Ai new Mexico governor commends county legislators Susana Martinez sent a letter to local lawmakers thanking them for their work on the capital outlay Bill Page a 2016 Campaign pro Bush group has $100 million to spend the right to Rise America super Rac that is supporting Deb Bush is blowing ahead on a parallel Campaign Page a instar a keep up with the daily times photographers Check out behind the scenes images from assignments throughout the four Corners at Index lottery a2 i local news .,a4 i obituaries.,.,.As i opinion a7 i weather. A8 i sports bl-3 i classifieds 84 6 i comics b7q8 o t John Bazemore the associated pm

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